Criminal trespass was reported on Millbrook Circle recently.
Officer Tracy Rucker went to the scene, where he met with a man who said his ex-girlfriend came into his home and left two pairs of panties on his parents’ bed. When asked how he knew it was his ex-girlfriend, he said she had stolen his garage opener and a few more items from when they broke up.
He said his parents went to church last night around 7 p.m. and when they returned, they found the panties.
He was advised of the TPO process.
Other incidents on file included:
•Stalking was reported on Rose Hill Lane. A woman there reported that she was being stalked by her ex-boyfriend who she broke up with in December. She said he calls and texts her, telling her who is at her house during specific times. She said the only way he could know this is by riding by her house. She said sometimes he parks his car next to hers in the cul de sac and just sits there. She said they have two children together, but she is in fear for her safety.
•A man on Maplewood Lane reported that someone took his gray pit bulldog off its chain. He said someone told him it had been put on Craigslist for sale. Later he reported that the dog was returned.
•A business owner on Hwy. 72 reported threatening and harassing phone messages from a client.
He said the man filed a claim and is not happy about the way it was handled.
He said on two occasions the man has called and left voice messages that were threatening in nature. Officer Darren Sartain listened to the messages and recorded them. The owner said the man had also come into the office while he was not there and acted very unprofessional with the two female office personnel and that they felt threatened.
•Financial transaction card fraud was reported on Hwy. 106 South last week. A man there reported that two fraudulent charges had been made to Western Union on his checking account.
•An unruly child was reported at the high school alternative school. A teacher there reported having problems with a male student. The student told resource officer Mark Jerome that he “had enough of police and that he wasn’t gonna take it anymore.” When Jerome asked him what was his problem with his teacher, he reportedly pushed out his chest and said he wasn’t going to listen to “that bonehead” anymore. When asked what he said, he pushed his chest against his teachers and called him a “bonehead” again. He was taken to the assistant principal’s office and his grandmother was notified that he would be charged with being unruly.
•A woman met with officer Jason Ring at the sheriff’s office last week to report that she had been contacted through Facebook by someone who allegedly sexually assaulted her as a child. She said the messages were not threatening in nature but it frightened her. She said he had also tried to “tag” her in two photos. A restraining/stalking order was to be served.
•A knife was discovered in the possession of a middle school student last week.
•Possible third degree arson was reported at an old chicken house on James Spring Road. The chicken house had no electricity and it appeared that a plastic curtain had been set on fire, according to the report.
•A man on Bellew Drake Road reported a friend told him that he had spotted his stolen four-wheeler in Cumming. He said he talked to the men riding the four-wheeler and they told him they purchased it off Craigslist for $800.
•A man on Bullock Mill Road said his bank contacted him about two $29 fraudulent transactions made at Target in New York. He said he had already canceled the cards.
•A man at a repair shop on Norwood Road reported that someone stole a mini motorcycle from the back of his shop. Video of the shop area showed a white male wearing black-rimmed glasses.
•A man on Sam Bruce Road reported that several guns were stolen from his residence while he was out of town.
•Burglary was reported on Madison Oaks Drive last week.
Officer Darren Sartain went to the scene, where a man told him someone went into his shop and a storage building and took several items, including a reciprocating saw, chain saw, extension cord, nail gun and tools.
Sartain later found the items in some brush near an old roadway on the power line behind the subdivision.
While on patrol a short time later, Sartain spotted a man on Willis Glenn Road fitting the description of a person who attempted a theft on Hardman Road. The man had scratches on his legs as if he had been running through briars, Sartain noted. When Sartain attempted to speak with the man, he jumped a fence and ran. He then jumped two more fences, crossed Hwy. 106 and went behind a residence at the corner of Oak Circle.
•Officer Tyler Hanley went to Clairmont Road to respond to a four wheeler than ran into a large hole on the side of the roadway. Two juveniles were reportedly injured. One was taken by his father to the hospital and the other was taken by helicopter to the hospital.
•Shiloh volunteer firemen responded to a chicken house fire at 12:05 p.m., April 14, on James Springs Road.
•Poca, Shiloh and Ila volunteer firemen responded to a fire at an abandoned mobile home on James Spring Road in Danielsville at 6 p.m., April 16.
•A 54-year-old man complained of chest pain after a single-vehicle wreck on Sanford Road in Hull at 12:35 p.m., April 15.
•A two-vehicle accident was reported at 1:59 p.m., April 17, at Hwy. 29 and Old Royston Road.